‘Godzilla vs. Kong,’ ‘Invincible,’ ‘Tina,’ the series finale of ‘Superstore,’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week


Breeders: The dark family comedy starring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard is back and now the kids are preteens so good luck with all that. Season premiere. 9 p.m., FX

American Idol: The Hollywood duets round is upon us, as is a move to Monday nights (in addition to Sunday’s episodes). 7 p.m., ABC

Hoarders: The show that makes you feel a bit better about your own mess — but also concerned about your inability to throw certain things away — is back. Season premiere. 7 p.m., A&E


Pig Royalty: The world of Texas’ pig competitions is unveiled in this new docuseries. Series premiere. Discovery+

Superman & Lois: The Harvest Festival is celebrated in Smallville in the season finale. 8 p.m., The CW

Frontline: A look at how COVID-19 has changed the funeral business in New Orleans, a town known for its jazz funerals. 7 p.m., PBS

American Masters: Flannery O’Connor, the brilliant and comically dark Georgia writer, is explored in this documentary. (Confession: O’Connor is one of my very favorite writers, and I’m mostly including this to remind myself to record this episode). 7 p.m., PBS


The Day Sports Stood Still: This documentary looks back on the events of March 11, 2020, when the world of sports shut down in response to the pandemic. Premiere. 8 p.m., HBO

Seaspiracy: An exposé of the commercial fishing industry, and how criminal over-fishing is destroying our oceans and planet. Netflix

Baroness Von Sketch Show: Series finale. 11 p.m., IFC


Superstore: America Ferrera returns for the hilarious and emotional one-hour series finale. 7:00 p.m., NBC

People Presents: Harry & Meghan’s American Dream: Because who hasn’t heard enough about these two. 7 p.m., The CW

John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise: A look at one of America’s most notorious serial killers, and how the full truth about the case might still not be fully known. Premiere. Peacock

Baketopia: And for something completely different: a wild candy-colored baking competition! Series premiere. HBO Max

Solar Opposites: Season two. Hulu

Invincible: J.K. Simmons, Sandra Oh, and Steven Yeun provide the voices for this new animated superhero series from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. Series premiere. Amazon

Into the Dark: Blood Moon: A mother and her ten-year-old son move to a desert town where they attract unwanted attention. Premiere. Hulu


Godzilla vs. Kong: Legends collide in this month’s would-have-been theatrical release. Premiere. HBO Max

The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers: A new group of scrappy hockey players discovers the love of the game at a rundown rink run by a familiar face. (It’s Emilio Estevez.) Series premiere. Disney+

Nailed It!: Season five. Netflix

The Irregulars: A crew of young misfits investigates supernatural crimes for Dr. Watson and his mysterious partner, Sherlock Holmes. Series premiere. Netflix

Bad Trip: Eric Andre, Lil Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish star in this Borat-like prank movie about a pair of friends who steal a car for a road trip, and are pursued by the car’s owner. Mayhem ensues, innocent bystanders are shocked. Premiere. Netflix


Tina: This documentary is an intimate portrait of the superstar and icon, Tina Turner, and her self-described final farewell to her fans7 p.m., HBO

Saturday Night Live: Maya Rudolph and Jack Harlow. 10:30 p.m., NBC

The 52nd NAACP Image Awards: Celebrating the outstanding achievements and performances by people of color in the arts. 7 p.m., CBS & BET


Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist: Max and Mo have their restaurant opening in the spring premiere. 8 p.m., NBC

The Rookie: The son of a judge with a long list of enemies is kidnapped. Spring premiere. 9 p.m., ABC

City on a Hill: Tensions flare between rival gangs at the federal housing project Braxton Summit, making it difficult for community activists to help the residents there in the second season premiere. 9 p.m., Showtime

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